Waste Management Corporation Limited (WAMCO) and the youth ministry have signed an agreement to execute a training program for 29 youths under the National Apprenticeship Program, with the goal of providing youths with training and job experience.
In a ceremony conducted at WAMCO on Wednesday, WAMCO’s Managing Director Adam Mohamed signed the MoU on behalf of the company, while State Minister Hussain Ismail signed on behalf of the youth ministry.
During the event, WAMCO’s managing director stated the company’s main purpose in running this program is to give career chances for a significant number of young people.
According to him, WAMCO will train a total of 29 youths through this apprenticeship program.
Available apprenticeship opportunities:
- Welder – 3 Slots
- Cashier – 10 Slots
- Storekeeper – 2 Slots
- Driver/Operator – 5 Slots
- Marine Mechanic – 1 Slot
- Automotive Maintenance Mechanic – 3 Slots
Apprentices who work for six months at WAMCO’s facilities as part of this program will get a monthly stipend of MVR 5,000.